the actor is under no
duty to retreat if he or she is:
(i) in his or her dwelling and not the initial aggressor
A person in possession or control of, or licensed or privileged to
be in, a dwelling or an occupied...
Then charge $200 per election cycle in order to vote. Also, require several hours of classroom work to study the issues and offices on the ballot.
(I wish I could stop feeding the trolls. But, they're just so damn cute.)
Newsom's team did a great job nationalizing the recall. They called it a "Republican power grab." So, the weak-minded just voted D...regardless of how Newsom has screwed the state. After all, Republicans are evil.
I couldn't really believe this when I saw it. It would appear that some people do not get real training after getting pistol.
According to this gun store owner, new gun owners are returning Glocks "because they do not have an external safety." Seriously?
Those with training know that as long...
The problem: New York is a goddamn one-party state.
You know this. I know this. As long as we have a state government elected by NYC this will never change.
Good people are powerless to fight the unconstitutional vermin at a ballot box that is chock full of votes from on-the-dole miscreants...
We know FUAC. We despised FUAC. We know Gov. Hokey. We despise Gov. Hokey.
I just like to see the Left in as much disarray as possible. Even if we end up with a new boss that is the same as the old boss, there is pain associated with the transition. I like to see that...
EXCELLENT! Push for all electric vehicles while shutting down electricity-producing power plants, fighting against fossil fuels, and paying through the nose for imported electricity from the Canadian power grid (if they can even spare it).
Yup...that's how I judge the efficacy of an administration. As long as we don't have to hear about mean Tweets and boorish remarks from the chief executive, everything is swell (even though unemployment is high, civil rights are being curtailed, the U.S. Constitution is being subverted by our...
Question for armor experts: Why do armor plates have expiration dates?
Does it have something to do with adhesives used in the ceramic composite plates?
What about metal plates? It'd be hard to believe that they have expiration dates.
Whew! Glad nobody with a firearm, intent on doing criminal illegal actions, could engage targets from 13 yards away.
Isn't it a relief to know that legislators are working on common sense laws to keep us all safe?
The test requires live-fire practice to develop proficiency. Live-fire is illegal in New York without a permit. So, not only would it be illegal to practice to obtain a first pistol in New York, it would be nearly impossible (if not cost-prohibitive) to get enough practice to obtain a...
Ummm...Mr. Frum.... there are around 30,000 firearm-related deaths in the U.S. each year. 2/3 of those are suicides. Government statistics show that defensive firearms are used between 500,000 and 2,000,000 times a year. If even a fraction of the lowest estimate result in saving innocent...
Ummm.... there were armed police on the side of the door with Mrs. Babbitt. They were directly observing the crowd. This officer, on the other side of a door, who had only an obstructed view, deemed it appropriate to shoot into a crowd?
I have yet to attend a defensive firearm course where...